Daily Schedule

Daily Schedule

We recommend that you begin the academic day promptly at the same time each day. We encourage you not to let your school day become too informal.

The Bridgeway Academy curriculum is designed to facilitate learning. A combination of built-in controls and quality academics will enable your student to attain the highest levels of scholastic achievement. It is your responsibility to establish classroom procedures and ensure that your student adheres to those procedures.

Remember: High expectations yield high results!

Things to Remember about the Daily Schedule:

  • An explanation of special instructions concerning the daily schedule is needed each day. The student should be accountable for regular scheduled plans once they are explained.
  • Your student should establish reasonable daily goals in each subject and complete them that day.
  • Consider beginning each day by sharing an inspirational thought with your student(s). A brief discussion of a verse from Proverbs or a daily devotional booklet can be used.
  • Consider beginning each day with a time of prayer.
  • After the student completes his curriculum studies for the day, there should be ample time for domestic and vocational skills training.
  • Remember that no two children are alike. One may be strong in English and another in math. Help each one develop his or her individuality.

Sample daily schedule for elementary students:

 

Sample daily schedule for online students:

Sample #1:

  • 9 a.m. – 9:45 a.m. – Math
  • Take a 15 minute break
  • 10:00 a.m. – 10:45 a.m. – History
  • Take a 15 minute break
  • 11:00 a.m. – 11:45 a.m. – Science
  • Take 45 minutes for lunch
  • 12:30 p.m. to 1:15 p.m. – Language Arts
  • 1:15 p.m. – 2:00 p.m. – Elective or choose an activity that can be used for PE.

Sample #2:

  • Monday and Wednesday:  90 minutes English, 90 minutes Science, 60 minutes elective
  • Tuesday and Thursday:  90 minutes Math, 90 minutes History, 60 minutes elective
  • Friday:  60 minutes each of English, Science, History, and Math in order to make goals or get ahead.

Sample #3:

  • Monday and Wednesday:  2 hours of Math and Science
  • Tuesday and Thursday:  2 hours of English and History
  • Friday:  Catch up and Electives

Sample daily schedule for high school students: